Acknowledgement of Country

In the spirit of reconciliation, CheckUP acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website contains images or names of people who have passed away.




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CheckUP works with partner organisations and health providers to create healthier communities and reduce health inequities through a range of initiatives.

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There are so many ways you can support the work of CheckUP and our vision of better health for the people and communities that need it most.

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Partnerships and sponsorships

CheckUP is able to create healthier communities and reduce health inequities thanks to a range of funding partners, including government, corporate sector and foundations.

The majority of CheckUP’s services receive government funding, and in some cases from a combination of state and federal bodies. We engage in rigorous and competitive tender processes to run programs on behalf of government and benefit communities.

However, government funds do not cover all our initiatives and events. This is why we value the strong and continuing support provided by generous members of the community and corporate sector.

You can learn more below. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, or have a great idea for us, please get in contact on 07 3105 8300 or

Sponsorship opportunities

CheckUP plays an important role in building connections and networks to stimulate collaborative approaches for improving health outcomes, particularly for vulnerable communities. In doing this, we give your organisation the opportunity to raise your profile and showcase your achievements.

We have several opportunities available to partner with us in the form of sponsoring our events, becoming a corporate partner for Queensland Mental Health Week, or advertising in our e-newsletters and publications.

If you see any opportunities of interest, please reach out to secure your involvement as opportunities are sure to go fast.

Queensland Mental Health Week

We are excited to invite you to partner with us on Queensland Mental Health Week (QMHW). Through sponsorship, your organisation can help us increase mental health awareness, bolster belonging and provide opportunities for connection in communities right across Queensland.

The QMHW Sponsorship Prospectus provides an overview of the sponsorship opportunities available.

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Photography Competition Prize Sponsor

CheckUP holds an Annual Photo Competition that aims to capture the unique landscapes, communities and people of Queensland and the Northern Territory.

Investment required – $500 for the purchase of a Go Pro.

Donate items for My CheerUP Packs

CheckUP is seeking donated items for its My CheerUP Packs.

Travelling away from their family and community, particularly to receive surgery, can be a highly stressful experience for patients and families. For children this can be a distressing time, hence the My CheerUP Pack initiative was created. These care packs are designed to alleviate fear associated with surgery, ensure patients feel welcome in hospital and to provide a pleasant distraction to reduce boredom and encourage rest and recuperation.

Advertise in IMPACT magazine

Once a year, CheckUP publishes our IMPACT magazine, which aims to showcase the breadth of work we are undertaking and highlight health programs improving health outcomes. Featured throughout the magazine are provider profiles that offer an insight into the experiences of health professionals working in regional, rural and remote communities.

In addition to the magazine being available online, hard copies are distributed to CheckUP members, partners, Federal and State Members of Parliament, and additional stakeholders.

Investment required – $500 (ex GST) for a full page advertisement

Health in Focus 2023

CheckUP conducts a biennial survey of the Queensland public and health care providers called Health in Focus. This is one of Queensland’s largest health surveys and enables us to report on the main issues for Queenslanders about their health and healthcare. 2023 will be the 12th time we have run Health in Focus.

This sponsorship offer gives your organisation the opportunity to donate a prize to increase awareness of and participation in the survey. In return for donating a prize, all correspondence regarding the survey promotion will acknowledge your support.

Investment required – $599 for the purchase of a 128gb iPad or a Series 3 Apple Watch (GPS + cellular)

Member bonus! CheckUP Organisational Members who become sponsors can add their own questions to the survey and will receive a customised report of the findings.

Advertise in our electronic newsletter

CheckUP has a suite of e-newsletters with different target audiences. While existing CheckUP members can advertise and promote their resources and services in here for free, non-members now have the same opportunity as outlined below:

  • Advert in our member and stakeholder newsletter, CheckIN – published monthly
  • Advert in our Outreach Programs newsletter sent to providers, Reaching Out – published bi-monthly

Investment required – $90 ex GST per advert or advertise in both publications in a two-month period (including two issues of CheckIN) for the discounted rate of only $150 ex GST.

Information on distribution, open and click-through rates available on request.


CheckUP are proud of our past and present partnerships and acknowledge that what we create with our partners, we wouldn’t have been able to achieve alone.

Partnership profile: Queensland Mental Health Commission
Partnership profile: Queensland Mental Health Commission

CheckUP has established a longstanding partnership with the Queensland Mental Health Commission, collaborating on various initiatives to promote mental health and wellbeing. Since 2018, CheckUP has coordinated Queensland Mental Health Week on behalf of the Commission, playing a pivotal role in managing the week’s campaign each year. In addition, starting from 2021, CheckUP has been entrusted with administering the Community Events Grant Program associated with Queensland Mental Health Week. This program, funded by the Queensland Mental Health Commission, provides substantial grant funding of over $100,000 per annum to support grassroots events aimed at raising awareness of mental health and fostering community connection. By administering these grants, CheckUP ensures that local initiatives receive the necessary support and resources to make a meaningful impact on mental health within their communities.

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Partnership profile: HESTA
Partnership profile: HESTA

HESTA has been a long-standing support of CheckUP’s work and is the principal sponsor of our Queensland Primary Health Care Network (QPHCN) events. HESTA’s support enables CheckUP to host dynamic gatherings that bring together healthcare professionals, industry leaders and community stakeholders to explore the latest advancements, challenges, and opportunities in the healthcare sector.

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Partnership profile: QCoal
Partnership profile: QCoal

A Community Growth Grant awarded to CheckUP by the QCoal Foundation in 2019 provided the funding needed to improve access to surgery for children and young people in rural and remote Queensland for the treatment and management of ear, nose and throat (ENT) conditions.

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Partnership profile: Arrow Energy
Partnership profile: Arrow Energy

Funding awarded in the form of a Brighter Futures Grant by Arrow Energy enabled CheckUP to develop My CheerUP Packs for all children and young people in rural and remote Queensland who are undergoing surgery for the management of ear, nose and throat (ENT) conditions.

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